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the vote in the Legislature by which'
was stricken . out tho item in the
Appropriation Bill" Care of for
ests, nurseries, improvements .of
binds and public places;" the vote
was 22 ayes to 18 noes, as we arc
; now informed, instead of 552 to 11.
Anil this recurrence to the' Mihjuct
" gives us an oppoitunity.to say a few
words thereancnt. It is certainly
not to be wondered at that the Re
presentatives who arc with hut one
or two exceptions native Hawaiians,
and have no acquaintance whatever
with the groat mass of what has leen
"written and published and thorough
ly demonstiated about the vital
necessity of foiests to any country,
should fail to seo any wldom in
paying out the public money for the
care or preservation of forests.
They know that so many '" piles "
1 of .firewood briuj: so much hard
coin ; but 'they do not know,
( and cannot easily be made to under
stand, that the persistent destruction
of forests inevitably leads to the
drying up of the water supply, and
the turning of the land so denuded
of its natural coveting, into an atid,
uninhabitable waste. Even if con
vinced that buch would be the sure
result of present improvidence, and
that posterity must Miffcr the conse
quences, thej- would be likely, to in
quire, like the Hibernian wc icad of
" "What has posterity done for
us?" After us the deluge, appears
to be the sentiment. But it ib most
assuredly a cause for surprise and
regret, that among so many well
educated and well-read foreign born
gentlemen to be found among the
Nobles and wc may add, tho Min
istry there should he "but one, the
Hon. Mr. Cleghorn, with stilllcicnt
public spirit to stand up for thu pro
posed measure. We trust, however,
that as has been intimated, the vote
may be reconsidered, and a proper
provision bo made for the preserva
tion of forests and the care of our
public breathing places.
The "Planters Monthly" for
June is at hand. It has borne very
good reading matter editorials jOn
the propriety vol un agiicultuiulshow
next Octpbor, when the first annual
meeting of' the Planters Company
takes place ; the repeal of the patent
law ; . and Co-operation in sugar
planting. The contributed articles
arc "Small Sugar Mills," by W.
K. Rowcll; "Treaty Arguments,"
by J. M. S. ; " The Cleaning Pan,"
Ity Z. S.' Spalding ; and analysis of
Hawaiian soils, by "YV. E. 11. Some
valuable selections' make up the -remainder
of the ,23 pages. For hale
by J. "W. Robertson & Co.
Ciuts. 1. Geihsch, .
Practical ?$& Watchmaker.
Iffl" Hotel .Street, opposite tlie , '
123 3ni Inlet natloiutl Hotel, "a
FOUND, a Mule, owner can
Ijitvi! miiiuh by niownir nronertv
.mil pajing expenses ami dam
ages. Apply to S. J. Lf.vkv,
121 lw ut A. W. Bush, Kurt xtied
. ' - , '
FOUND. Thico Coupons, which tho
owner can lme by proving pro
ertv ami paltig expciiHCb of this uil
vci tUi'iin at to .:. W.Kobertaou & Co.
121 lw j
IOUND-A Mantnlinn Draft, which
. the owner can haw on proving
property mxl iiii.tlug for thlh advertise
ment. , -V jj1 lo
120 MecMH, O.WI.E & Cookk.
-on ISi'ii'l.inlu Htieut, a luigu
wiili'ii tin'onuiT can nave
on nrolii!!.fi iixitv.ami iiirlinr for this
iuiv;'ifim-u. .U'I -it th- I'lNT-iKONlnoritriind" Uulf gold piece,
SXAf.III.'.,.- . . JiiOJt I U)U( t " l.
J Thursday, June sa.-On itsuspcn-
iJou of thd-niles,- -Mn Gardner read
a iietlUon fri liana, Maui .that the.
collection otWu-iij, andiotucriiuroufl.
siibstaui-ea growing ongovcrnment
I lands, dc free to the people. Also
petition roni the same district,
that government' assume thc cost of
independent' English, acbools iu the
different districts, and also- the tui
tlon fes of parents of large families.
On account of the continued 1X1
ncsB of Mr. Jfawahl, Mr. Widctnanu
was appointed Chairman of the Com
mittee of Finance.
Mr. Kauai gavo notice of inten
tion to introduce a bill to amend
Sections 3 to 8 inclusive of Chapter
9 of the Penal Code, sin the native
version only, by inserting the Vrords
"at hard labor."
Mr. Kalua read first time a bill to
make a permanent-provision for the
widow of tho late P. Nnhaolcluo,
(8300 per annum). Referred.
The (trder of tho day the con
solidated Tax Bill wa3 taken up in
committee of the w hole. A lengthy
discussion ensued on the bill of Mr.
Kauai, which provides for the collec
tion and pajTnent of the taxes on
coutract laborers by the master, who
is to be held responsible therefor.
The Attorney-General opposed the
bill, which was supported by Messrs.
Aholo, Knfun, vauai and others.
Without coming to a vote the com
mittee ro.se and tho Assembly ad
journed for lunch.
Tho afternoon session wbb occu
pied, at first; with the Taxation Bill,
and Mr. Kauai's supplementary bill,
which was eventually referred to a
special committee. But tip sensa
tiojj of tbc'nf ternoon was a resolution
offered by Mr. Keau, to the.cffect,
That, whereas, the HaxeaiiaivGa
sette of Wednesday had indulged in
insulting remarks regarding that
gentleman, intimating that he was a
fit candidate for thu Insane Asylum,
therefore that the reporter' of that
newspaper lie expelled. rom the floor
of the Assembly. .A rather luugthy
and somewhat amusing debate en
si.ed, in which many of the members
took part, at' the close of which a
motion to indefinitely postpone the
resolution was carried by a large ma
jority. Thereupon tho Assembly
Thk Revival meeting last evening
was fully attended, and the evidences
are that the interest w ill be main
tained throughout the serius, which
itin proposed- to extend a week
larger. Tho meeting to-night takes
tho form of " Gospel Temperance."
U J J L.. J
NOTICK to Contractors The plans
and specification fur the iroposed
new building of the Y. M. C. fkj of Ho
nolulu can be seen at 'thn omen of f.
Hjewer & fo. Scaled Tenders for the'
construction of the same will be received
by the Building Committee up to 12
o'clock noon ,of Wednesday, June 28tb,
1N42, ut thu. office of C. Brewer & Uo.
Satisfactory guuranteo for faithful
performance of contract must be fur
nished by then, bidding for the job:
The Ilulldlng Committee rcsop-cs the
i ight of rejecting any or all bids.
P. C. Jo.nks, JU.,
C. M. Cookk,
Building Committee Y. M. C. A.
NOTICE-The following Drafts and
Money were cither. Stolen or Lost
from my pocket lasf Saturday.
l'uymcnt of tho Drafts have been
Droits No. 103 for 9130; No. 106 for
81C0; No. 19J for 932 48100:
No. 202 for 9160) all drawn to
the order of CSaiuLumr t Co.,
' by F. S. Pratt On O. "W.&ocfar-
lanc & co., and unendorsed.
No. 'J730, drawn to thu order of
C. K. Kapulo for $300 75.100.by
F. V. Porter, on W. Q. Irnlu a
No. 3710, drawn to the order of
U.H. Bailey, for 92:12, by C. II.
Alexander on Cnstlu & Cooke.
Twofeu Dollar Notes, and one Two
YEsTi,ferur forenoon, not far from
ljf-Vd,-jmrt'dbout tho time that
are' pretty numerous on the
sreete,- a wagon of the 'sort cora
mjjd 'kno-ftn ad expresd wngons,
wns seen, coming down' Ntiuanu
Avenue at btcakneck pace, and
without a driver. By the time it
had TCachccl opposite the Commer
cial Hotel, the horse was pretty well
used up, ..and was secured by a
native policeman. The shafts were
smashed up and one wheel dilapi
dated, in a style -that would excite
the admiration of a carriage maker.'
Soon after the native driver appeared
in breathless haste to look for his
wagon, which he had carelessly left,
unfastened. It was simply provi
dential that tho crazy horse did'nt
tlpset some family carriage, or do
some other, damage. Here is ano
ther argument! in f avor of'llceusing
hack drivers, a subject to which wc
The Appropriation Bill is tho or
der of the day in the Assembly to
day. "We may expect some
eloquence and financial lore on the
subject of a nationn loan."
PnoFEsioB Zamloch will begin a
short reason at Music Hall to
morrow' evening. Tho sort of enter
tainments provided by Zamloch arc
attractive to both old and young
the wise and the simple,' for they
arc exemplifications merely, of the
possibilities of human skill, science
and art. Everything that tho Pro
fessor does is .simply wonderful
when wc don't kuow how it i done
and when wejare told, all we can
do then ia to admire the adept.
Sketches mado by Mr. Maske-
lync'BAutomaton Zoc. For sale by
116-1 w J. W. ROBF.UTSON & Co.
The steamer Suez sailed for San
Francisco yesterday at 5rl5 p. m.
Slio took 819 bags rice, weighing
81 ,900 lbs ; 5 bags coffee, weighing
500 His ; 1 . case silver ware, 1 case
clothing, 1 ease, cigars, 2 cases" dry
goods, 1 box pine apples, 1 case pic
tures, 1? pkgB -dried fish, 20S green
hides, 18 bales goat and sheep skins,
127 dry hides, 1 case oil paintings,
1389 bunches bananas, and 28,465
pkgs sugar, weighing 3,258,582 lbs.
Emerson's Philosophy. '
What belongs to you gravitates to
Talent makes counterfeit ties;
genius 'finds the real ones.
The devil is an ass.
No great men are original.
Beauty is its own excuse for being.
To bo great is to be misunder
stood. Great believers oro always reck
oned infidels. ' ,
Consistency is the hobgoblin of
Character is a reserved force
which acts direct!', by presence and
Every man is a quotation from nil
Do you love me? means do you
see the same .truth?
A clergyman attpe to address a
Sunday school class, a(d to gain
time to arrange his thoughts, he
began :" Well, children, what sojt
of a speech shall I make?" following
tho query wiii an appropriate pause,
and intending t,gopn with the lines
which he had. selected. To his as
tonishment a band went up in the
back part of the t room.,' 'Think
Ingthnt'a choice by the, 'scholars
might suit them and help' him, .the
little fellow was given leave to speak,
and the good man was entirely taken
by surprise when the laconic answer
came, "Mjdto a .short one." The
hint was token. '' .
GREAT Bargain For Solo The
promises lutoly occupied by G,
C. JJookley, on Lililm Htrcet;' also
tho adjoining property with dwcl
ing house on same. Thesu -nlnccs
ure favorably situutod and but a
short distant o from town. For fur
ther pnrtiuular.i apply to Goorgo C.
IJeckley. . 78
Chalm:-uk. -- The undesigned
having heard that he loils to accept
of a chMengemadc hipi (to rtin 1
hoarse "Gen. Garfield")'' agatW the
horse kaow'n as7 305," belpnging
to Mr. J. Koblnson, Jierewitn
jnakes tho following challenge That
he will match "Gen. Garfield"
against any horse -in the Jlawuiian
Islands, for one mile dash, mile
heats, or a two mile dashj for 8C00
or 81000 aside, to be run on tho 4th
of, July. And as the undersigned
intends going to Maui to-day, would
Ukc an answer 'by 3 p.m. Wm. II.
Just Received from London, one
Large Astrohomical.Tclcscopc, day
and night ' glasses attached, with
Tripod C feet high. One splendid
Telescope, day and night glasses
attached, with stand. For sale by
110-lw J. "VV. RonftiiTsiw ACo.
Just Received per
Biirk Edward May,
A small lot of the celebrated
" PILSENER BEER !
Whico wo offer, in quantities, to
suit purchasers. Also
Wines and Liquors!
Warranfed good Qualified.
J20 Qvr Ed. Hoflschlaeger ft Co.
J f V
NEW MUSIC HALL.
In the rresonce of
His Majesty theKiiig
And Mitmbers of
The Royal Family.
For a Short Season
Saturday, June 24th, 1882.
A Season of
MARVEL AND MYSTERY
PriceB as usual:
S2P Reserved seats at JW. Rob
ertson & Co., without
Shirts and Hosiery, ,.
Fancy and RIuo Flannel .Shirts,
Wnitc Shirts iu eioat variety. .
Imjmrtud expressly for this, mtfrket.
78 lw A. S. Cleghorn & Co.
thO Agents of the liennanbark
Anna -mVlit" ?"& re-
tractea oy tuoicrowv.j J. .juoi.i.hi,
II 'J t ? Maitter Anna rrriht."
f f- n,n...nav.w ....j ..t..v .W1I-
I NOTICi: U h'reby Jien that
bf tl German bark Stelln,
irom rew lurk, will e rcs-
pouslblc fornu' debts eoutraeteil.by thu
crew of said vefcsol.
. II. N. J. 8oMmrh, Master.
Holw Castle 4 Cook)jv Ag'ts.
The German bark Ktslla, from
'VetV Tfirlf. will pfiliitnntii.A
tllinhnt-irtrKr tiwlnv. .Tnnn 1.1
Consignees are roouoAted to pay freight
and rccelrc ordersi
USlw Cistu: & Cookc, Agents.
.The. bark Edward May,
from Livcruool. will com
mence unloading to-morrow, consig
nees are. requested to pay their freight
ud rcueive orders.
G. W. MacFaiilase & Co.,
The Brig Ninito,
Having undergone rxtensivo repairs;
with o good ifivcntorn and well found
In sails, rlgclng, Ac", is how ottered for
sal. For particular Inquire of
117 A. J. Cartwiuoiit.
FOR SALE, A FAST
Bailing Sail Boat, is in
good ftndiUoti, and Ins mast.'flatl, ohm
8tc, complete For particulars nnnlv
120 lw to J. W. RodkktoNi& Co.
Eahnlni Bail Boad Gomp'y.
AT a meeting of tho Btocbholdcrs of
theKnhulul ltall Koad Cntntkny
held at the office of tho company, at Ka
hulul, Maul, Juno 3rd, 1882, tlie- follow,
ing officers were elected to hold-oflleo
for one year and until tbcfr successors
ars-eiected; namely t
Thomas H. Hobron, Tresidont ; Resi
dence, Kahulut, Maul. " '
William H. Bailey, Trtasurcr; yrU
William O. Smith, Secretary; Bono-
And ssid officers respectively aceeptod
"VVjiuam O.Sjirru, 1
Secretary. Katutlui ltall Bead Co.
Kahulul, Maul, June 3, 1882. 116 In
At Mrs. A.- M. Mollis' Cloak and
Mantle Making Department,
No. 104 Fort Street, : : Honolulu
Orders executed at short notice. 72
Dr. D Fries, ' ,
Th Doctor has just retnmed from a
tour around tbe Islands, and holds flat
tering recommendations from numerous
manager and private owuors of hones
for his skill and capabilities- in curing
all manner of dlsyudcg and complaints
In stock. ' " i', ."
Alt orders to be left at' J. A'..Tlmer
& Co Drag Store, Honolulu. lit lm
" , $10.00 Reward
Will be paid -for information that
trill lead to tho conviction of
whoever mnlioiously cut the tail,
feathers off, and plucked the back:
and breast feathers out of a i'cacoclc
belonging to roe. A further roward ,
of $10 will be paid for information
leading to tho conviction of whoever
stole ;i Peachicks about h month old, '
belonging to. me, from 1'awaa on -;
Wednesday the 24th ulto.
' Geo. H. Lrcx. i'
Pfwoa, Little Britain, June 9, 1882' ,
WANTED, A competent and expctl- K
enccd man to rent r superintend
the lower story of the American Hotel.
It lias been expressly deigned for a
Boarding House and will be furnished
In the latest and most comenlent stylo, '
No Chlnete wanteds
Apply at No. 70 Mauuakc.i street, to
ISO XI K. Y. SquniKS, Proprietor.
WANTED. A live man with moder
" ato' capital, who Is both liter-
chant and accountant, enji hear of a
good business opportunity by. address.
liigCrD., Bulletin office. Principals
only. .All communications strictly con
fidential. . t , -s " - .I0i n
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WANTED a joung Olr'.totnake her
self geni.r4lly useful Ih the ,houso
f lady on .Ma'd. For particulars' en
quire at thu Hawaiian Hotel, Room No.
IU, In thu morntnx taforo 9 sSOh U7
riiO LhT, A roo n In a plm-antly stu
X ateil liinllty. "Jen minutes walk
from thi Pott ofllee. Apply to
Ut J. W. BOUK I1MOM A CO.
JlifKl. .4." 1
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